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The term has not always been the property of mass-marketing
Newt Gingrich and other Republicans win votes by talking like conservatives and spending like liberals
The resistance movement lives on, but it is increasingly dispirited by Poland’s official climate of enforced mediocrity
The weightless environment of space, in which valuable new commodities can be manufactured more efficiently than on Earth, may be the next economic frontier for American companies
The old liberal public philosophy no longer compels widespread belief ,but its conservative successor is at odds with the new realities of the world economy
Wealthy speculators have transformed the once genteel hobby of horse breeding into a high-stakes enterprise